Daniel Borrus, Fall 17–present.
Ronald Smith, Fall 15–present.
Lauren Shriver, Spring 16–Spring 17.
Dan Hancock, Fall 15–Fall 17.
Xiao Wang, Fall 10–Spring 14. Xiao is currently an Associate of Class of 2016 at Citigroup Global Markets, Inc. in New York, NY.
Yan (Amy) Hao, Fall 06–Spring 11. Yan is a tenure-track assistant professor in the Mathematics Department at The Hobart and William Smith Colleges in Geneva NY.
Victoria Atkins, Fall 10–Spring 12. Victoria is now a Ph.D. candidate in the laboratory of Christopher Del Negro.
Ryan Carpenter, Spring 07–Spring 11. Ryan is an instructor at Christopher Newport University.
Hilary DeRemigio, Fall 03–Spring 08. Hilary graduated with a Ph.D. in Applied Science. Dissertation title: Markov chain models of instantaneously coupled intracellular calcium channels. Committee: Gregory Smith, Leah Shaw, Peter Kemper, Eric Sobie. Hilary took a position as an assistant professor in the Department of Mathematical Sciences at the United States Military Academy at West Point, NY.
George Stuart Blair Williams, Fall 03–Spring 08. Blair graduated with a Ph.D. in Applied Science. Dissertation title: Probability density methods for modeling local and global aspects of intracellular calcium signaling. Committee: Gregory Smith, Carey Bagdassarian, Eric Bradley, Eric Sobie Blair now has a post-doctoral research associate position at George Mason University, VA.
Jeff Groff, Spring 03–Fall 07. Jeff graduated with a Ph.D. in Applied Science. Dissertation title: Markov chain models of calcium puffs and sparks. Committee: Gregory Smith, Mark Hinders, Christopher Del Negro, Eric Sobie. Jeff is a tenure track assistant professor in the Institute for Environmental Studies at Shepherd University, WV, a multidisciplinary teaching and research institute that houses faculty and students in the Environmental and Physical Sciences.
Vivian Zhang, Fall 02–Spring 04. Vivian graduated with an M.S. in Applied Science and entered the applied mathematics Ph.D. program at UC Davis.
John Hayes, Fall 02–Spring 04. John received an M.S. in Applied Science under my direction and subsequently became a Ph.D. candidate in the Del Negro laboratory. John has graduated with a Ph.D. in Applied Science.